Civil Engineering & Surveying

Plan, design, and improve the infrastructure of tomorrow.

Civil Engineering Technology

Bachelor of Science Degree (B.S.)

Civil Engineering Technology

Associate of Applied Science Degree (A.A.S.)

Surveying Technology

Associate of Applied Science Degree (A.A.S.)

Civil engineering shapes the world we live in. Be a key player in creating the places where we live and play.

When you pursue a career in civil engineering and surveying, you’ll make your mark on the future. From community parks to high-traffic bridges, civil engineering and surveying professionals play a vital role in creating and maintaining the infrastructure where we live, work, and play.

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Civil Engineering Technology (B.S.)

Take the lead in engineering all types of projects from highways and structures to hydraulic systems and development sites.

Civil Engineering Technology (A.A.S.)

In this associate's program, you'll take away the technical know-how to play an important role on the design team.

Surveying Technology (A.A.S.)

From accessing geographic data to applying advanced measurement methods, learn what it takes to thrive in this rapidly growing field.



Supplement your bachelor degree with up to two minors. 

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Civil engineering student awarded $2,000 regional scholarship

A civil engineering technology major at Pennsylvania College of Technology is one of four students to be recognized by the ...


Civil engineering alum on publication’s list of young industry leaders

Eric J. Fino, a 2016 civil engineering technology graduate, is included among Northeast Pennsylvania Business Journal’s ...


Veteran chosen as college’s October ‘Student of the Month’

Regina M. Peluzzo, characterized by a faculty member as “the model student for civil engineering technology,” has been chosen as ...